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August 20, 2017

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Renewable Installation

If you are planning to install wind, solar, biomass, methane digester or any other renewable energy source, review Linn County REC’s interconnection policy first.

Linn County REC follows the state of Iowa standardized interconnection requirements put in place by the Iowa Utilities Board. The interconnection packet available here has information regarding specific requirements of Linn County REC along with Iowa Utilities Board requirements that need to be followed when interconnecting.

Please download a new packet for each installation as the packet is subject to change without notice.

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Our priority is to help members make informed decisions, ensure the safety of all parties involved and that all interconnection requirements are met. Linn County REC suggests to members who are considering interconnection to contact the Iowa Energy Center (www.iowaenergycenter.org). Their skilled professionals are experts in renewable energy. Iowa Energy Center staff can help you to understand the economics of a renewable energy system and discuss distribution generation systems that would be appropriate for your needs.

Rates

For rate information, please see our Alternate Energy Production Tariff

 

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Linn County REC

5695 REC Drive
P.O. Box 69
Marion, IA 52302

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